Mount Prospect Auto Insurance
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Mount Prospect at a Glance
The Village of Mount Prospect is at 665 feet above sea level, higher than the surrounding areas. Several notable people attended Prospect High School, including Dave Kingman and Tom Lundstedt, former Chicago Cubs baseball players, and Phil Masi, former Chicago White Sox baseball player.
Motto: 'Where friendliness is a way of life'
Population: 54,951 in July 2014 (U.S. Census Bureau)
Non-Emergency Police or Fire: In a non-emergency, you can contact the village of Mount Prospect Police Department on 847-870-5656. You can contact the Mount Prospect Fire Department on 847-870-5660 in a non-emergency.
Mount Prospect Village Hall:
50 S Emerson Street
Mount Prospect, IL 60056
Automotive / Transportation in Mount Prospect
Mount Prospect is located to the north-west of Chicago, and residents can access the city in under an hour's drive. There is also an excellent public transportation link from Chicago downtown to Mount Prospect, as the Metra's Union Pacific / Northwest Line will take passengers from Mount Prospect to Ogilvie Transportation Center.
Residents & Homeowners in Mount Prospect
The United States Census Bureau recorded that the population of Mount Prospect village reached 54,951 in July 2014. It also recorded the owner-occupied housing rate at 71.4% for the period of 2010-2014, with an average of 2.68 persons per household during this time.